Continuous killings, kidnapping, SOKAPU calls on government to save humanity

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Following the incessant killings and kidnapping of people in Kaduna State and parts of the country, the President, Southern Kaduna Peoples Union (SOKAPU), Jonathan Asake has asked for the whereabouts of President Muhammadu Buhari.

In a statement following the recent abduction of over forty innocent people in Agunu Dutse, Agunu ward, Kachia local government area of Kaduna State, the SOKAPU President decried the increase in criminality, which appeared to now be normal under the watchful leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari and Governor Nasir El-Rufai in Kaduna.

Jonathan Asake said, “On the heel of the recent kidnapped of 46 people in Agunu Dutse, Agunu Ward, Kachia Local Government Area of Kaduna State, which occurred at the early hours of Thursday the 17th of March, 2022. The President of Southern Kaduna People Union (SOKAPU), Jonathan Asake asked the pertinent question to Gov. Nasiru El-Rufai and Gen. Buhari Muhammadu (retd.), when this slave raiding and trading is going on?”

He explained that according to the available list of the victims of the kidnap, 46 people, including men and women were abducted.

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It said, ‘those alleged kidnapped are Danjuma Yusuf, Judith Obadiah, Theresa Amos, Alheri Amos, Afiniki Rabo, Adamu Lawrence, Alkali Inusa and Peace Stephen.

‘Others are Bobo Stephen, Baby Stephen, Janet Anthony, Patience Philip, Precious Philip, Eunice Mathew, Godiya Ishaya, Stephen Magaji, Joseph Stephen, Celestine Everest, Joshua Adamu, Roseline Joshua and Moses Adamu.
Others abducted are Joel Moses, Anita Moses,
Josephine Solomon, Luka Livinus, Amanta Luka,
Israel Linus, Joshua Audu, Supreme Michael,
Michael Yunana, Rose Michael, Martins Vincent and Lauretta Yunana.

”The rest are Naomi Zachariah, Comfort Everest,
Lilian Everest, Patience Titus, Samaniya Linus,
Caroline Linus, John Luka, Shedrack Luka,
Benjamin David and Louis David.

He called on the government as a matter of urgency to treat humanity with absolute respect and do all it can to rescue lives and properties to enable Nigerians go about their normal lives.

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